And all through the house, not a creature was stirring…but what about the abandoned grill out back? David investigates.
David blogs his way through Paris, embracing wining, dining, and a magically slenderizing manner of thinking that just may offset all the foie gras, fromage, and frites.
Savvy, simple, and (mostly) commensense advice on grilling without sticking, the meaning of “reusable disposable,” and safe barbecuing.
While in Indonesia, David discovers–and darn near swoons over–a savory little something known to locals as…well, it’s a little misleading.
Our cooking columnists answer your questions on gift etiquette, how to get your hands on hatch chiles, and paper properties.
Rick Casner muses on the magic of certain inanimate objects after falling–hard–for an everyday utensil.
Our Never Cook Naked columnists, Mark Scarbrough and Bruce Weinstein, share lots more lessons than just proper cooking attire.
Chef Patrick O’Connell reflects on entertaining in a bygone era and muses about the real reason his mom entertained–and why his approach differs so dramatically from hers.
March 1 is Saint David’s Day, a Welsh holiday in which the devout tip their collective hat to the eponymous saint by wearing leek corsages.
Ever wonder why you can’t lose weight? It’s not for lack of resolve or willpower. It’s because some Roman king long ago decided to mess with the calendar.
Despite a bludgeoning blizzard that wreaked havoc on their CT house, David and The One still find nothing’s homier than cooking during white-out conditions.
Hangover cures are on everyone’s mind the day after celebrations, like New Year’s Eve. Discover hangover cures and myths from around the world.
Disturbing contact with holidays nuts in his youth caused David to be a bit militaristic when it comes to cooking with nuts. Once a nut…oh, you get the picture.
Karletta Moniz, a chocolate expert and self-confessed chocoholic, discusses her descent into the dark, rich, unfathomably delicious world of 82% cacao sin.
After taking the iPad for a spin in the kitchen testing recipes, David isn’t only smitten, but convinced the it could change cookbook publishing forever.
Writer Fran Brennan, who has cried onion tears for years, found refuge and revenge in a pair of spiffy goggles given to her by a friend.
After winning the IACP’s First Book/Julia Child Award for the New Portuguese Table, David has a moment of uncommon modesty and thoughtful reflection.